Aftermath Islands Partners with DigitalBits to Mint DUBS Utility Token

Aftermath Islands, a cutting-edge virtual reality platform built using Blockchain technology, has partnered with the DigitalBits Blockchain for minting Doubloons (DUBS), the native utility token and in-game currency of the Aftermath Islands metaverse. Of the 3.5 billion DUBS tokens that will be minted, approximately 1 billion will be reserved for the in-game economy, rewards, incentives, …

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